Macroeconomics: A European Text
Building upon the considerable success of previous editions, Macroeconomics provides a comprehensive analysis of modern macroeconomics within both a European and a global context. Competing theoretical approaches are presented in a clear and balanced manner with continual reference to data and case study examples from the real world. Burda and Wyplosz have produced another excellent textbook, which will guide students through challenging and complex issues with clarity andsimplicity. The excellent teaching and learning aids include chapter overviews, summaries of key concepts, end of chapter exercises, and suggestions for further reading accompanying each chapter. ONLINE RESOURCE CENTRE For lecturers: PowerPoint slides, lecture plans, a test bank, animated figures, solutions to end-of-chapter exercises, revision questions, additional exercises and case studies. For students: review questions, self-test multiple-choice questions and appendices.
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France and the UK 18702001
the UK 18702002
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aggregate demand assets average balance borrowing budget constraint business cycles capital stock central bank Chapter commercial banks consumption core inflation countries Crusoe debt decline deficit demand for money depreciation domestic economists economy effect endogenous euro European example exchange rate regime exogenous expected Figure firms fiscal policy fixed exchange rate foreign exchange foreign exchange market higher households income increase indifference curves inflation rate intertemporal investment Keynesian labour market labour supply LM curve long-run macroeconomic marginal productivity ment monetary base monetary policy money demand money growth money market money supply nominal exchange rate nominal money non-traded panel Phillips curve price level primary current account production function rate of inflation ratio real exchange rate real GDP real interest rate real wage reserves rise saving schedule short run spending sticky price stock prices supply curve supply shock taxes tion Tobin's q trade variables wealth workers